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A systematic review of qualitative studies in workplace and executive coaching: The emergence of a body of research.

E de Haan Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2019

There is substantial evidence that qualitative research in executive coaching has come of age in the previous decade. Two large research programs have yielded consistent and quantifiable results, and a range of case studies, field studies, and process research is inspiring newer quantitative-research designs. This study contains the first...

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Can Chatbots like GPT-4 replace human coaches: Issues and dilemmas for the coaching profession, coaching clients and for organisations

J Passmore, D Tee The Coaching Psychologist. 2023

The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has led to the speculation that chatbots could revolutionise the coaching industry in the coming decade, replacing humans as the main provider of coaching conversations. The development of GPT4 has led to these bots becoming increasingly sophisticated and effective at pr...

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Personal Transformation: Developing Self-Processing Competence Through Coaching

L Steyn, A Barnard International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2024

This study employed a qualitative, hermeneutic phenomenological approach to explore personal transformation and how it manifests in the coaching process. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with seven senior leaders who had previously engaged in a coaching programme of at least six sessions. The findings describe personal transforma...

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